I also have another strange problem, that, I can not tell is related. CPU Usage also climbs, not as high as before, but still much higher than before attempting to re-add the external POP3 email account (50-60%), before (without attempting to re-add) Outlook runs found i had 2 outlook pst files being used at the same time. MSC had the built in as well, so if I dump MSC I will need firewall.Click to expand... his comment is here
Outlook.exe would run at 50% CPU util anytime you clicked on anything in the app. You can then uncheck non essential add-ins. 30 Comments hmm strange.. If so, the OST file has some corruption in it. More info: The machine is not running Google Desktop or any other file indexing tool. http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/outlook-2003-causing-cpu-usage-surges/
It comes with the Dell mediadirect software and does not play well with others. The only difference between the 2 is that he has LDVP running (which I believe has something to do with Symantec Anti-Virus), I disabled that and restarted Outlook but no change. If you cpu usage jumps up after adding a pst file, try to use pst repair tools that can be found on the net.
Click on the Add-ins tab on the left of the screen and in the lower portion, select Com Add-ins from the drop down and click Go. See http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/outlookdoesntstart.htm -- Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook] Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003 http://www.howto-outlook.com/ Outlook FAQ, HowTo, Downloads, Add-Ins and more http://www.msoutlook******/ Real World Questions, Real World Answers ----- "Lee"
That machine was given a bare metal reinstall and then the problem went away. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Add ins probs by Kron · 10 years ago In reply to Outlook 2010 High Cpu Usage You do not mention which version of outlook you are using, but, sticking out my neck, but not very far, I'll say 2003, as this is the only version I've seen Another possible solution is a virus. Unbelievable!
Before I read your reply, I did have partial success. Outlook 365 High Cpu Usage I still get the error above. I am a consultant now but I was IT manager for a large company for many years and started buying Dells when they were a little company called PC Limited. Trying to figure out what was wrong, I made sure I downloaded all the performance patches and I applied Office SP1 but still experienced a high CPU usage.
We have pretty good virus scan software here at work and I haven't seen my computer do anything that would cause me to think that I had one. http://www.techtalkz.com/microsoft-outlook/507182-outlook-2003-high-cpu-usage.html I could not open the attached files. Outlook 2016 High Cpu Usage All the users are on the same VLAN but are spread out between different exchange servers. Outlook 2013 High Cpu Usage I don't think it's spyware related because searches for it doesn't really come up with anything.
by ruleb · 10 years ago In reply to Remove this and it will b ... this content Thanks, Todd tdfuller, Feb 21, 2008 #13 tdfuller Private E-2 Thank you. I'll try killing Symantec and see what happens. Verify your port and SSL settings under More Settings on the Advanced Tab. Outlook 2007 High Cpu Usage
I've disabled all the Add-in's. You guys find any answers to this? I was having a similar problem. weblink Standard , Professional , Small business , Student and Teacher etc.
It never worked properly. I don't think I have any add-ins installed except Outlook to OneNote and Adobe Acrobat PDF toolbar. Ron - Sunday, July 17, 2011 6:36:12 PM excellent, it works! check over here Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
In Outlook 2007 I got the 5 second CPU surge and my active window refreshed. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Same problem here by CFula · 10 years ago In reply The CPU usage now is 2-4%. confirmed I have the lastest Office updates including Service Pack 3 for Microsoft Office Professional 2003 (which includes Outlook 2003) 9. I deleted the email account entirely, and now Outlook 2003 runs smooth as a whistle with very low CPU usage, however, I had to get rid of that email account which
I have read about the Dell specific software issues but I don't have any of the offending items installed. Canada (near Vancouver) For me it was a conflict between an outlook search tool and something else. No, create an account now. You need to make sure you know the exact location of you pst files (can be multiple locations) 2.
You need to seriously look at locking that machine down with some real protection. "I am for doing good to the poor, but...I think the best way of doing good to Happy days! Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing Microsoft Office 97-2016 Recently Browsing 0 members No registered users viewing this page. steve - Monday, May 17, 2010 6:33:14 PM Great stuff!
One of their recent updates now blocks the POP3 client from properly receiving inbound email, with the "Inbound email scanning" feature enabled. Stay logged in Sign up now! Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. IF it is a Dell Laptop with this issue you will want to remove a program called: OutlookAddinSetup via add\remove programs.
All Rights Reserved - PrivacyPolicy Skip to content idano.net Online Digital Playground for Dan Masters Menu and widgets Microsoft Word and Outlook 2003 100% CPU When Opening, Closing, and Sending Email Possible Reasons for the Problem I think there are several things that could have caused this issue but I think powering off my computer without shutting it down with Word open Thanks for your time. Thanks! :-) Saul - Thursday, March 17, 2011 2:30:08 PM I had the same CPU problem, tried all the above ideas with no success.
I can run that seperately later but this was a pain in the bum...so slow...thanks very much indeed. Outlook and Office had worked perfectly for over a week. I disabled it.
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